In this video, I would like to discuss the best value vintage watch remakes by the original manufacturers. In recent years we have seen a resurgence of classic watch designs from the past and so I see it fit to produce a video on the best recreation which are exceptional value and close to their original counterparts.
In this video, I would like to discuss the relatively short-lived but truly legendary Seamaster 300 from its inception in 1957 to its end in 1969. This runs from the classic CK 2913 with broadarrow hands to the famous military 165.024.
In this video, I would like to talk about a splendid timpiece offered by the new brand Direnzo. Based (and assembled) in Switzerland, these watches are inspired by the Maserati 250F - the famous racing car from the 1957 f1 season. The movements are Seiko NH35 pieces though do offer very impressive value for money and ...
In this video, I would like to discuss some very interesting and novel watches released over the past month. It certainly can be said that it has been a very full month for watch lovers with everything from novel materials from IWC, sublime dress watches from Vacheron Constantin and a spectacular creation from A. ...
In this video, I would like to discuss certain interesting options on the vintage market which offer either excellent daily reliability and practicality or offer something slightly different to the buyer from brands such as Seiko, Hamilton, Longines, Doxa, & Omega.
In this video, I would like to address the concerns that the release of the Apple Watch Series 3 will damage the Swiss Watch industry and also discuss the reasons for which I feel the industry is making such siginificant losses in recent years. These include sales, political changes and economic fluctuation.
In this video, I would like to talk exclusively about GMT watches with the ability to show upwards off two timezones at a time which offer the best value package overall. I have also tried to include watches for most tastes from dress watches to very focused sport watches.
In this video, I would like to discuss the Rolex GMT Master and its history since 1954 with its many iterations and adjustments. These changes take a piece designed as a tool through to the role of a luxury item with many curious variations in between.
In this video, I would like to look at two watches which truly do a superb job of taking on brands such as Autodromo at their own game or producing classically inspired racing watches with reliable movements and excellent care. These are watches from the brand Roue and I have the CHR and the SSD here for review.